With more than 150 years old, this house around the Lake Massawippi in the Eastern Townships has a unique architecture and a charm impossible to recreate today. Its high ceilings give off sufficient space to introduce a transom window above the doors of the rooms. These three openings were left empty by the previous owners, and topped with elegant stained glass with vivid colors on a light blue background. Each panel has a dimension of 74 cm x 24 cm and count an average of 124 pieces to present an easy to visualize pattern.
These luminous stained glass windows give a strong contrast on the neutral tone walls. They oblige the occupants of this residence to raise up the eyes at the crossing. Suddenly, a corridor can has more than a simple utility function.
Atelier Rodrigue Couleurs et Lumière
Stained glass in every home
Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada